From this Monday, Englishmen will be able to visit the terraces of bars and restaurants and some shops. Wise promised Boris Johnson an “irreversible” step in easing.
According to an “irreversible”. According to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the United Kingdom passed on Monday, and its people can now sit on the terraces of cafes and restaurants and go to many shops. Since almost four months in a country that has experienced new harsh imprisonment.
“I hope this will be a great relief to the owners of businesses that have been closed for a long time and to everyone else.
Maintain restraining gestures
Exactly one year ago, Boris Johnson, who had a contract with Covit-19, was discharged from the hospital after spending several days there, three of which were in intensive care. So his call with caution. While pleased that the British were getting a bowl of “fresh air” he urged them to continue implementing preventive gestures.
“As we continue to implement our vaccination program, I urge everyone to continue to act responsibly and to repeat themselves ‘hands, face, place and outside’ in order for Govt to move away,” he said.
The joy of the moment has been tarnished by the death of Prince Philip, 99, last Friday, which plunged England into a period of national mourning that will last until his funeral next Saturday. So the Prime Minister has delayed his announced arrival at a bar to enjoy a beer.
The vaccine is huge
For the third time in early January (some areas like London have been restricted since mid-December) the country, its health condition has improved significantly.
It now has less than 3,000 cases and less than 50 deaths a day. Fewer than 3,000 Govt-19 patients are being treated in hospitals, up from 40,000 in January. The United Kingdom is vaccinating with a vengeance: almost 60% of the population has received the first dose, with most of those under the age of 50 expecting the authorities to give the first dose to all adults here by the end of July.
This objective was maintained despite concerns about the risks of blood clots associated with the AstraZeneca vaccine, which was eventually reserved for more than 30 people as a precaution. On May 17, the country is expected to take a new step by authorizing supporters to return to the stadiums.